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Foster Youth Pilot

The Foster Youth Pilot is designed to eliminate barriers related to the transition of foster youth. This collaborative project supports foster youth with disabilities in the attainment of successful transition through effective service coordination, case management, advocacy, and specialized youth based services designed to increase positive outcomes by meeting evidence based recommendations for this under served, high risk population.

As foster youth with disabilities age out of the child welfare system, coordination of transition planning among key agencies and systems is imperative. “Aging out” without adequate preparation for adulthood is a crisis. It is a personal injury to each and every youth in care and a public emergency for our national child welfare system. The pilot is based on current best practices for youth with disabilities by upholding a model for youth-driven, strengths-based transition planning. In addition, our program aligns with four core principles for successful transition as identified by the National Resource Center for Youth Development: 1) positive youth development promoting self-determination, communication, and problem-solving; 2) collaboration that includes functional linkages among child welfare systems, schools, and other human service and community agencies; 3) cultural competence that extends beyond race and ethnicity and disability; and 4) family and community connections that are maintained and strengthened through participation in the transition planning process.

Youth with disabilities aging out of care require careful, coordinated planning that aligns with the IEP. Consistency in planning, an integrated approach to service delivery, and self-advocacy can ultimately make a difference for foster youth with disabilities. The pilot answers the need for training and education on disability policy to invested agencies and families, and provides collaboration between agencies supporting these youth as they transition to adulthood. It is our hope that this pilot project will result in a more evolved systems driven approach to transition planning and open the door for future foster youth with disabilities to live a more meaningful, successful life.




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